Script analysis for good web, browser sniffing, cookie etc
Update: This thread will be deleted for I posted for 1 week to form study group on intresting script.
Did not receive any email and do not want to maintian that large script over 20k. Out of respect for this site and allowing post for 1 week. Tx admin.
Came to this site due to this script making reference. Try
looking at //www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex9/dhtmlwindow.htm
to find usage info (i/o, purpose). Which window script when
dynamic has several.
Keep in mind I am new to web design and if we work as a group, we
can all pool our resources to study this script. I believe this
script is worth studying if u plan to have a good web page,
browser sniffer, cookie, and who knows. Script was grab from
actual running site and massive site result in confusion overload
to me. I believe the webmaster studied various script and pool to
create a good web site. Look at this project as practical
Dynamic drive is a good site and let us participate some more
rather than read articles. Tried contribute to an article but
after composing on notepad, cannot find that thread to post.
Professor and Tweak spend time to reply and if u can contribute,
please help them continue making this site great and giving them
some reply breaks.
If u like to discuss thru email me, I am open. Pseudo code, flow chart, structure diagram no problem with me. Looking for title capability script with dynamic definition of ALL (ie 4+ and netscape 4+ compatible). Let me know if similar script exist with proper documentation, appreciated.
Intact script Next posting due to size>
Last edited by scrt; 11-20-2006 at 11:29 AM.
Honestly I may delete this thread, as it is incoherent in many ways. When posting try and format your paragraphs plus just post the relevant peace of code that you're having trouble with, not the entire script.
Don't know how to make coherent for I open from notepad and paste. If u feel like deleting, then delete the entire post. If put as an attachment, would it help? This script is actually one script called common. I would ask which dynamic script index 9 was this script taken. I kinda look.
tx Would be nice to study this big script.
Last edited by scrt; 11-14-2006 at 07:35 AM.